Zevel City of Science and Technology graduates a new batch of students – City Lights – Life and Style
Researcher Menna al-Serafi receives his award by Khalid Abdel-Gaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research
On the occasion of graduation for the academic year 2021/2022, the University of Science and Technology of Zewel City held a large ceremony which was attended by Khalid Abdel-Gaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Mahmoud Sakar, President of the Academy of Scientific Research . and technology, Mahmoud Abd Rabbo, acting CEO of Zewel City, Hashem Okasha, CEO of the National Bank of Egypt and members of the city’s Board of Trustees and Board of Directors, and several public figures, at the administrative headquarters and cultural in Zewel City on 26 July premises.
In his inaugural address, Abdel-Gaffar congratulated the newly graduating students and their earlier colleagues, expressing pride that many of the university’s graduates attend some of the leading universities at the postgraduate level and in various fields of scientific expertise in various fields. They have participation. and production sites in our country.
The Minister stressed that Zevel City is a national scientific building and the results of its work and the efforts of its founders and those in charge are beginning to manifest in the form of distinguished graduates who are in no way inferior to their peers. Best universities in the world. He also noted the city’s excellence in international publication that “the size of the state’s investment in this project was approximately £4 billion in the first and second phases of the city’s establishment and approximately £6 billion was allocated for its completion.” The rest of the city’s facilities reflect the amount of investment the state made to build the Egyptian man”.
“The State of Egypt is determined to provide the necessary support to Zewel City; to fulfill its mission in education and scientific research. For the new academic year studies will begin at the College of Computing Sciences and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Science and Technology As a tributary of development in the Kingdom of Egypt, it complements the role of the University in providing specialized education to the sons of the country”, he said.
Abdel-Gaffar concludes his speech urging graduates to succeed and excel in their working life, to always believe that honesty in work is the fruit of resounding success, always in Zewel City in all parts of the world And remain the ambassador for their country. And raise your flag in every field.
For his part, Mahmoud Abd Rabbo, executive CEO of Zewel City, confirmed that the celebration of the graduation of a new batch of the University of Science and Technology with its scientific and engineering track at the city’s new and permanent headquarters is a historic moment and a celebration. represents. On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the founding of the city. He said that the city of Zevel has stabilized, and a great scientific breakthrough has been made. He also said that it is on the right path set by its founder Dr. Ahmed Zevel, who always emphasized that true scientific renaissance will be achieved only by the active participation of the people of the country with international expertise and skills.
Abd Rabbo explained that the purpose of the University of Science and Technology in Zewel City is to prepare a generation capable of creating a real scientific renaissance.
They also stated that it aims to “become the first public and private university to receive this accreditation in Egypt, in addition to being ranked first in Egypt and tenth in the Arab world, according to the Times classification of Arab universities, which confirms that ensures excellence of academic and research service in the city”.
The Executive CEO of Zevel City confirmed that the University is working to instil a spirit of entrepreneurship among its graduates.
“It contributes to creating job opportunities for itself and other youth. The city graduates based on adopting scientific research to tackle strategic challenges aimed at increasing the efficiency of power plants and monitoring fish farms. Companies have established Toxic Money, which affirms the ability of University of Science and Technology graduates to contribute to solving society’s problems and turn it into an added value, ”he explained.
On the sidelines of the ceremony, Minister Abdel-Gaffar honored Reem Arafa, Professor of Biomedical Sciences, by awarding him the Excellence in Teaching Award, Menna El-Serafi, a researcher specializing in genetics, with the Zewell Incentive Award for 2022. Also Abdel-Rahman Mihoub, Associate Professor in the Nanoscience Program, honored him with the Zewel City Award.
Ayman Mohamed, a student in the Earth Physics program and Abdullah Shaban in the Nanotechnology and Nanoelectronics program, were both awarded for their excellence at the undergraduate level. He was awarded the Dr. Ahmed Zewel Cup.
The minister also honored several heads of Egyptian banks, companies and institutions who contributed to helping students and researchers of the city of Zewail believe in the message of the city of Zewail.